Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern: Collection 1 (2007) Review
(More customer reviews)Me and my husband absolutely love this program. My husband especially likes the Phillipines because the people are friendly and they have good food. I like the one in Morocco, because I laugh over and over during the scene when he eats putrid meat, and hits his head with his hands. We enjoy it repeadedly.
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Ever wonder what a piranha tastes like? What about live worms? Now's your chance to find out as BIZARRE FOODS host Andrew Zimmern travels the world on a fascinating mission to indulge in some of the weirdest foods you can imagine! You won't be able to look away as Zimmern puts his iron stomach to the test, swallowing all sorts of exotic creatures and unthinkable body parts. If you dare, come along on this wild gastronomical adventure, and open wide for a taste of daredevil dining! Episodes: MOROCCO: Join Andrew Zimmern as he takes a culinary tour through Morocco where he finds everything from lamb's head to pigeon pie on the menu. SPAIN: The gastronomical world tour continues with a trip through Spain where Andrew chows down on suckling pig brains, bull testicles and just about everything in between. PHILIPPINES: The acclaimed dining critic is off to the island nation of The Philippines - where he feasts on local favorites such as crickets, stuffed frogs and even live worms. ECUADOR: Guinea pigs, piranhas, coconut grubs - it's all in a day's work for this culinary adventurer as he takes a bite out of the South American country of Ecuador. NEW YORK CITY: Andrew heads to his hometown where he is reminded why he got involved in global food foraging as he embraces the wide range of exotic dining this great city has to offer. UNITED KINGDOM: Haggis, neeps and tatties, cockles and whelks - this food aficionado is about to experience a whimsical journey through the UK. AMERICA'S GULF COAST: The renowned food writer takes a slow cruise across America's Gulf Coast in hopes of filling up on everything from pig guts to water rodents and raccoons.